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GP CHE - Family Allow- « Dep/Benef » Field Misses RELATIONSHIP « GC », Unprecise Use Of Foster Child (Doc ID 2381393.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Global Payroll Switzerland - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This S concerns the following pages: Define Family Allow Data CHE and Dependent Information
It is not possible to choose a grand child in the Family allowance definition – CHE screen. However as per the codes that may be interpreted automatically, the GC relation is available.
Following to the « ordonnance sur les allocations familiales », this relation is officially fixed and has its own codes (14 and 24). The GC code needs to be added in order to fulfill the legal needs.
In addition, the dependent relation « SC » (step child) needs to be linked with the codes 10 (mother) or 20 (father) as per the ordonnance of RAFam

Foster child – foster father – foster mother
The use of the above mentioned codes does not cover the legal needs.
In fact, an adopted child needs to be identified (RELATION) when the allowance of adoption shall be paid (legal requirement for RAFam, a separate SR has been created). However, the relation of the employee to the child shall be father or mother (GPCH_CA_RELATION).
In the other hand, children that are placed in a family and were no adoption is in view also need to be identified so that the relation of the employee to these children can be distinct (codes 12 and 22).
In french and german we use the following terms :
Enfant nourricier - père/mère nourricier
Pflegekind – Pflegemutter/ Pflegevater
 Engl : Foster child – foster father / foster mother ?
 Add a new code to XLAT RELATION : adoptive child (enfant adopté, Adoptifkind) and link this code in the Family allowance screen so that « Father » or « mother » is automatically linked.


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